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I have a 99 Forester L with rear drum brakes and ABS.

Will a 95 Legacy Sedan rear drum brake assembly bolt on no problems? Will the control arm be the same as well?

Back story:
Last night I hit a curb and the wheel came off(due to not long enough studs for the rims I had). Had to limp the car along for 100ft on the rear hub. When the wheel came off it stripped the hub studs so that's why i need a new hub on there.

Yes i searched the Web for an answer but couldn't find a clear one. Thanks guys
 

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i really dont know, but to try to be helpful, i think it would come down the the ring that bolts on to the hub surface. if those are interchangeable (as well as the cable that plugs into the hub) i think youd be ok - at least id be confident enough to buy and try it. part numbers may likely come out to be different even if they are the same dimensions though so.... i dunno. good luck.
 

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Another thing to think about is spline count on the axles. Whether or not the forester Axle will have the same amount of splines as the leggy hub.
 

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Damn man, Insane.

Wait so you had to drive only on the drum? Did you hurt your center diff?
 

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Check your lateral links, you probably royally fudge'd them on the curb. Stock ones bend really easy.
 
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